Thu, Aug 18, 2016 From $57
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About U.S. Cellular Center
The U.S. Cellular Center Asheville is Western North Carolina's preeminent multi-purpose event facility and is managed by the City of Asheville. The USCC first opened its doors to the public in 1974. The U.S. Cellular Center consists primarily of four venues: ExploreAsheville.com Arena with a capacity for up to 7,200; Thomas Wolfe Auditorium with a capacity for up to 2,431; Banquet Hall with a capacity for up to 500; Exhibition Hall with a capacity for 2,000.
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Recent Live Music Reviews
Connie reviewed: Celtic Woman @ U.S. Cellular Center
I have seen Celtic Woman on UNC-TV before. This was my first time for a concert in person. We enjoyed every minute of the concert. It brought back memories of my grandmother, who lived with us for about 30 years. My childhood was rich with the stories she told that had been told to her by her parents and grandparents. When the ladies sang "Danny Boy" it brought tears to my eyes as I remembered my grandmother singing that song as she did her chores. Being a Christian, "Amazing Grace touched my heart and made cold chills run up my spine. "You Raise Me Up" and all the other songs and music were so joyful. The evening was wonderful!!! May God richly bless you as you continue to travel and perform touching the lives of so many. I am sure it is difficult as times being away form home and family. The mountains of Western North Carolina are filles with great Irish History. Ladies, Lassies, you made us proud.
David reviewed: Bassnectar @ U.S. Cellular Center
Iv'e been going to shows for 11 years a true dedicated fan of soulfull meaningfull emotionally gripping electronic music. my experience was full of awsome energy, flowing emotions, and the most respect i have ever had for someone ive never met. i have heard it a million times and dont wanna say it but it is really the only word to discribe feb.19 2011 with bassnectar on his birthday, EPIC really this memory will stay with me forever